#1
I found a website about a month ago called Music123.com and found there prices even taking into account the exchange rate to be very very good. I was thinking of buying a Washburn WI64DLTR from there. Reason being that i heard it was a really good guitar for its price and im on a budget. According to this website they sell it for £128, which i think is a bargain. However i looked for the same guitar elsewhere, i copied and pasted the exact phrase "Washburn WI64DLTR Solid Body Electric Guitar Closeout" into google. The result was another website called www.wwbw.com. The layout minus a colour change seems exact. Music123 wants payment by paypal (or credit card which i dont have). Is this website (music123) legitimute or is it a fake website thats gonna steal my money??? also any opinions on the guitar i want to buy would be appreiated.

cheers

jon
#2
It's legit. In fact, it's been around for a good while now.
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#3
What about the guitar, it says it won an award or something? and how come those two website look idential

cheers for the input anyway
#4
They look identical because they're owned by the same company.
The Washburn is a nice pick. I changed the pickups on mine, and it's awesome now.
#5
Music 123 is legitimate. I bought all my gear from them and they're cheap. =)
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#6
Cheers for the input again really appreciate it, since im here :P i might as well as advice on amps too lol, im a student so i cant have anything big to transport, i want to gig but im on a budget (until my next grant comes in), so are there any really average sized, sweet sounding, versatile and cheap amps out there. Iv got a mashall 3dfx (30watt) peace of crap but well the less said about that the better.

cheers again for input